He said he runs his store like a Christian. If this is how a Christian treats his fellow man, and a disabled child at that, I'm ashamed to be called a Christian.
Maybe he does realize his mistake, but I still choose not to patronize his store for my daughter's riding gear.
People always say this when someone gets caught doing something wrong - that they're sorry and that we should forgive them. But that doesn't mean that they shouldn't pay for their transgressions.
This guy's payment will be a loss of some of his customers and a possible lawsuit.
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